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Trying to Locate Josiah Sartell (Sartwell)
Posted by: Jonathan Sartell (ID *****7779) Date: April 08, 2002 at 19:03:47
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Dear New Hampshire Researchers,
I am trying to locate and connect a 3rd great grandfather of mine to his ancestors, whom I am confident tracing back to Richard Sawtell (Watertown, MA, circa 1630).

Josiah Sartell (also spelled Sartwell, Sattle, Sastwell and Sattle in various censuses) moved to Cheshire/Sullivan County from Groton Massachusetts around 1800, perhaps with some other family members. His wife Sally Parker Sartell (whom he married in 1791 in Groton, MA) died in 1810 a month after giving birth to my 2nd great grandfather, Nathaniel Parker Sartell. Sally is buried in the Parsonage Cemetery in Cornish.

I am waiting on some Sullivan County probate record films from the LDS library in Salt Lake, but would appreciate any news, information or resource which you could point out to me. Also, can you tell me what the relationship is between Cheshire and Sullivan Counties?

Jon


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